He would also need to truly think about the effects that this will have on Trixxi’s life. If Frank loves Trixxi he would want to protect her. Frank needs to reevalautae who he really loves in this situation because he asks about Dana and his kids and seems to want to protect them in this situation, but not Trixxi. I would tell Frank he needs to really revaluate his marriage. Has he done everything that he can to make it work?
Hadley seems to be supportive of his decision, and wants him to make the role that he is part taken in the war is the right choice, because the war memories will be reminded throughout your daily life. “You have to do what you think is the right thing, but just make sure it’s the right thing in the long run, and not just for the moment” (Knowles 199).While he is supportive, he wants his son to be a part of the military that sees shooting and action. The ironic observation that Gene makes while watching the troops and war machinery assemble on Devon campus is about Leper and if he was enlisted into the Army Air Force. Since Leper has been mentally challenged since the war, Gene thought that if he joined the Army Air Force that maybe he wouldn’t be as affected, but whatever role he was assigned in the army, he would be mentally ready. “If only Leper had enlisted in the Army Air Force and been assigned to Parachute Riggers’ school...
The one pivotal moment where I think Mattie faced significant adversity is when her grandfather dies. She faced a lot of adversity when he died because she thought she could have prevented his death. “His hands were around Grandfather’s throat. Grandfather weakly hit back at the man, but it had no effect. The man
And remember.” (100) The tattoo artist tells Chaya this to let her know that she needs to live but also so she can remember everything. If we never reflected, everything would repeat itself but, if we teach people about the past and how it impacts lives, we can avoid tragedies. The past is scattered with mistakes but we can use our voice and speak up to stop anything bad happening. Everyday we have the opportunity to move on and become better people and a better world, and reflecting on the past allows us to decrease the amount of
“Our legacy does not end the day we die” speaks to the way others see us. We must learn to live now, the way we wish people to remember us in the future. Learning to make amends and trying to heal the bad memories, we must start creating new ones now while we have the opportunity. Seize the day and live in the present. We must make sure that we live within our means and balance the things that are important with the things that we need to
Bush is basically saying that America will stand strong and whoever did this will pay for their actions. He is also sympathetic for the families who lost their loved ones. With the message, Bush is trying to bring peace and comfort to all Americans. Bush released the statement,”Even though i walk through the shadow of death, I fear no evil for you are with me.” This statement generates emotion to the families that lost loved ones in this tragedy. The desired effect would be the nation feeling
The telling emotions expressed in Patrick Gilmore's song, “When Johnny Comes Marching Home Again,” stand out to provide an important insight into the ending of the Civil War. We hear too often about the feelings of the men and women on the battlefield; sometimes, people forget that these brave fighters had families. While the soldiers’ morale serves as an important indicator to the outcome of the war, the attitude of their relatives at home also plays an important role in determining a winner. When commoners in the village will “ all feel gay when Johnny comes marching home,” they indirectly show their tiredness for the war (Gilmore 7). By hoping for their friend or relative to return, the people want to end the war.
Love and empathy has a great impact on Ender’s fear. “Maybe humanity needs me to find out what you are good for. We might both do despicable things, Ender, but if humankind survives then we were good tools,” Graff says (Scott Card, 35). Graff uses emotion to make Ender more empathetic toward humanity and their future, especially Valentine’s future, the one Ender adores, so that he will jeopardize his life for the sake of everyone he loves on earth. Graff gives a rise to Ender’s fear about his family so that he will get encouraged to save them all from the buggers, which is true.
The release of the old has a lot to do with it because it is kind of like a funeral for them but before they die. Although, while larissa was telling Jonas about the release of Edna, she said “Well, they tried to make her life sound meaningful”. In other words they were celebrating her life as if she was already gone. The release of a new child has do with death because they ‘release’ a twin because they cannot have two people that look the same, in which in modern society it is okay to have two people that look the same. However, celebrations, family, and death, play a big role in
O’Brien started his chapter with Rat Kiley writing a sincere letter to his deceased best friend, Curt Lemon’s sister about how he feel sorry and how he will take care of her after the war (64-65). Therefore, if we trace things back a little bit, we can clearly see that O’Brien is writing that way to express his fellow soldier’s sorrow of losing his best friend. His writing style is unique in a way that he doesn’t express the feelings just bluntly. He could just add words that emphasizes sadness, but instead, he added the act of his friend to show the underlying feeling about one during the war. Therefore, after reading about that chapter, people will say they were so cruel during the war, but if they think deeply, all chapter is about the writer’s friend grieving for his dead
After some counseling they eventually got back to how they had used to be. Chris needed a way to pay his service forward to the community. Chris got the idea to start helping other veterans coming back from war get on their feet and readapt into the civilian life. Chris knew what it was like to return to civilian life and not be the same person. He helped many veterans by just taking them out and getting everything off their mind.